Eat Smart Move More Spartanburg County
Hub City Farmers’ Market
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The Fountains to Health project focused on increasing access to water for students and community members who use the school’s outdoor facilities.
Volunteers joined Rep. Henderson-Myers and event organizers to hand out boxes and bags of produce and vouchers for $10 at the Hub City Farmers’ Market.
Are you interested in learning more about how to incorporate racial equity into HEAL community work? We have resources for you to use.
We are committed to being a part of the work of ending racism and violence against black people in South Carolina.
Round 4 of the Let’sGo! 3.0 Mini-Grants will impact thousands.
All schools will be honored with a national award for promoting healthy eating, physical activity, and staff well-being.
Vending machines are getting healthier in three major areas of the state.
Eat Smart Move More South Carolina has approved nine grants in its first Let’s Go! 3.0 grant cycle to community coalitions seeking to provide residents with access to local healthy options.
Superintendent Dr. Darryl Owings has been on a mission to provide the more than 10,000 students in District Six with organic fruits and vegetables at meals and hands-on agriculture education opportunities.
More than 100 teenagers and adults from across South Carolina attended the 6th Annual Youth Summit on July 27th at The Meeting Place Church in Columbia to learn about youth-led policy changes and how to advocate effectively.